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Grades 3 - 8

Clever ideas for using Google effectively for students grades 38 and for all teachers.

Discover dozens of clever ways to use Google Tools with your students! Tammy Worcester shares innovative ideas that are quick and easy, but also require creativity and higher-level thinking. Step-by-step instructions guide you through each activity, and online templates and examples will make implementation a breeze. Although the activities are geared towards 3rd-8th grade students, many of the strategies may be utilized with both older and younger students.

Google tools:

  • Google Spreadsheets and Forms
  • Google Presentation
  • Google Document
  • iGoogle
  • Blogger
  • Google Maps
  • Google Calendar


  • Options for creating student Google accounts
  • How to set up a digital dropbox to easily manage online projects
  • How to use Google tools in clever ways with students
  • How to develop and implement activities that require higher level thinking